Category Archives: MOCA

Setting it Straight – At Casa Valentina

  As the final project in our three-workshop series at Casa Valentina, participants worked with instructor/artist Crystal Pearl Molinary to create confessional videopieces to challenge how they feel they are regularly stereotyped by others.   Advertisements

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Film Etching at Breakthrough Miami

This month the girls at Breakthrough Miami worked with artist and WOTR! instructor, Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez to create elaborately etched film curtains. The girls learned how artists use appropriation to create new ideas from found objects. Using awls and … Continue reading

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Girl Power experiences a Love of Technology

This Friday Girl Power visited the MOCA galleries for a tour of the exhibition, Love of Technology.  After viewing works by artists Anicka Yi, Lena Henke, and Andrea Zittel among others, students questioned the interdependent relationship between humans and technology. … Continue reading

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Breakthough Breaks Out

On Saturday, students of Breakthrough Miami at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart participated in a work about artist and WOTR! Coordinator, Crystal Pearl‘s work.  Based on the series, Food Body, the girls considered the line between the appealing and … Continue reading

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